Colouring It Forward, Onagottay Heart and Wisdom Colouring Book is the fourth book in the Colouring It Forward series. The artwork and the teachings are by Ojibway (Anishinaabe) artist and elder Onagottay. Enjoy colouring bears, fish, geese and other animals as you learn about the Ojibway culture and spirituality. This is the first book in the series whose stories are also entirely translated into Indigenous language - in this case Ojibway.
Dans ce livre à colorier d'art autochtone, Diana Frost vous invite à découvrir les oeuvres talentueuses des artistes dénés Christiana Latham et Michael Fatt, ainsi que la sagesse des ainés dénés tels que le regretté George Blondin. Amusez-vous à colorier des images de caribous, d'hiboux et d'aurores boréales.
Colouring It Forward – Découvrez l’Art et la Sagesse des Pieds-Noirs est plus qu’un simple livre à colorier. Ce livre contient des œuvres d’art authentiques de la nation Pieds-Noirs ainsi que des enseignements d’un ancien de la nation Pieds-Noirs. C’est le premier ouvrage d’une série de livres. Chaque livre mettra l’accent sur l’art et les enseignements d’une nation autochtone différente. Pour ce premier ouvrage, j’ai eu le privilège de travailler avec Camille Pablo Russell, ancien de la nation Pieds-Noirs, qui a généreusement accepté de partager avec moi sa sagesse traditionnelle.
Colouring It Forward -- Discover Blackfoot Nation Art and Wisdom by Diana Frost, Algonquin Métis, is more than just a colouring book. It contains authentic artwork from Blackfoot artists and teachings from the Blackfoot culture by a Blackfoot elder. In this book Diana Frost has had the privilege of working with Blackfoot Elder Camille Pablo Russell to gather traditional wisdom and with Blackfoot artists Kalum Teke Dan and Ryan Jason Allen Willertt.
In this journal, Diana Frost invites you to discover the beauty of Indigenous artwork from various artists across Canada, to learn traditional teachings from John Sinclair, while having the space to meditate, write and create, and knowing that you are supporting Indigenous community projects.
Teacher’s Guide for the Seven Teaching Stories by Katya Ferguson is a resource of this series by Katherena Vermette. They are: The Just Right Gift – a gift of love; Singing Sisters – a story of humility; The First Day – a story of courage; Kode’s Quest – a story of respect; Amik Loves School – a story of wisdom; Misaabe’s Story – a story of honesty and, What is Truth, Betsy? – a story of truth. The teacher’s guide is organized in three parts: The Seven Teachings, Teaching the Stories and Strategies and Activities Applicable to All Stories.
Crow Winter by Karen McBride, Algonquin Anishinaabe from Timiskaming First Nation in the territory that is now known as Quebec, is a story about trickster and Hazel Ellis. Returning home to Spirit Bear Point First Nation, Hazel dreams of an old crow. A new job at the Band office introduces her to evidence that will prove useful as she tries to unravel a complicated land issue involving family and historic records. Nanabush, her mother, Gus, Mia, Joni, Robby and Thomas are the links between her life, family and home and the Medicine Wheel.